And realised that I had not shown you any pictures of how it all looked. It looked fantastic, our work really looked good together. And Petrus's work in the other gallery looked just amazing.
And now I have the opportunity to share my work with you all.
Putting the 18 artworks out there was a success for me, it meant that all that hard work had payed off and I had developed myself as an artist and established a technique and style in art sculpture, a style of my own that has my unique signature.
It was a real success in that I sold 25% of the art works in the exhibition, and in this economic climate that is a wonderful outcome for an emerging artist.
The great thing about the exhibition is that I met some very interesting people, other artists, art lovers, and new gallery contacts. So the next little while will be busy following all this up.
In the artist floor talk I had an opportunity to explain my vision for this art, where it comes from and where it is heading to, and why. Everything that forms the context of my art and underlies it. The response to my artist floor talk was really encouraging.
Its a solid feeling having established a platform of visual media to expand upon. And it provides a niche that I can now grow with. And to tell you the truth I cannot wait to get back into it.
Again I would like to acknowledge Petrus, working with a dedicated professional who is an exemplary artist was an incredible experience. I really think that this is a success that many artists would aspire to. And I am feeling just so lucky.
Thank you to everyone who came to may exhibition and help to make it so successful.
The red gum leaf dye that was such a big part of this exhibition
The lovers (sold)
The time keepers (sold)
Two Dew Drops (sold)
The Gallery set up with our work
Rustling Leaves (sold)